04-13-2010 02:33 PM
I have an Ideapad S10-3t with an "N"-type wireless network adapter. I am only getting 54Mps speed connection from it instead of 150-300 Mps. I have set the unit right next to my "N" router and still get only this "G"-type connection. Signal is good, but speed is sucky. Any ideas?
04-18-2010 10:34 PM
No. All my computers have 802.11n network cards. I tried connecting an external USB "N" adapter and got 270Mps speed, but I need the adapter for another PC. So, it must be a problem with Lenovo's network adapter. Anyone know how to configure the settings for higher speed?
04-19-2010 08:31 AM
in windows 7 you have to make sure your settings match those of your router
under wireless network connection, open up properties and the configure dialogue for your network card
within those settings make sure both bands, 2.4 and 5.2 are set to automatic, enable the N setting and the others are more trial and error depending upon the router
go to your router settings and ensure that the N setting is enabled and also is on automatic
some Intel cards especially can only get N speed when the mgh setting (20 or 40) coresponds with the router band (see Dlink forum)
05-04-2010 06:55 AM
I've tried all the suggestions--to no avail! Just to check: I'm using the Lenovo S10-3t tablet with 802.11n Broadcom wireless network card built in. Does anyone using this PC have the same problem I'm having or are you getting the full 802.11n bandwidth (150-300Mbps)? Thanks for all the help!
05-05-2010 04:26 PM - edited 05-05-2010 04:27 PM
Does anyone from Lenovo tech support monitor these boards? I sure would like to know what the various options for setting up my Lenovo/Broadcom net card mean. Maybe one of them is set wrong. I'm using a Linksys WRT150N router. All my other PCs connect at 802.11n high speeds.
05-07-2010 05:44 AM
This is really frustrating me! I have the same problem with my Broadcom N Wireless card in my s10-3t...does anyone at lenovo check there products before they are released...or is it all just slapped together?